Magee earns Warrior volleyball team's MVP


WALLA WALLA — Five members of Walla Walla Community College’s volleyball team have been singled out for team awards following the conclusion of the season Monday in a tiebreaker loss to Columbia Basin College.

Ashley Magee was selected the team’s most valuable player, Megan Tompkins was named the most inspirational player, Carley Miller most improved and Sharsti Goff and Nikki Long picked up the coaches awards.

Magee, one of the Warriors’ team captains, led the team with 365 kills as a sophomore and concluded her WWCC career with 583 kills. She also registered a .280 hitting percentage as a sophomore with 139 digs, 78 blocks and 31 serving aces. For her career, she finished with 233 digs, 203 blocks and 44 aces.

Tompkins was the Warriors’ digs leader with 630 on the season and 1,152 for her career. She also registered 19 serving aces this season, giving her 32 for her career.

Magee and Tompkins were also named to the all-NWAACC Eastern Division second team, and they will represent the Warriors in the NWAACC’s annual sophomore all-star series.

Miller finished her freshman campaign with 211 digs, 10 service aces, six kills and four assists. Long was second on the team with 265 kills, was second in digs with 283 and led the way with 47 serving aces. And Goff was second on the team with 516 assists to go with 195 digs, 22 kills and 33 serving aces


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